I like to invite you on a journey that for many people might sound a little crazy, but just give it a go. It will only cost you 5 minutes and I guarantee you a laugh in the video below: Noise is extremely powerful. It is very difficult to ignore and it will even have an effect on you long after it stopped. At this time of the year leaf blowers could provide this sound for many of us. I guess many people will agree with me that they are a complete nuisance!!! (They are too noisy, present a considerable source of air pollution, produce dust clouds which contain potentially harmful substances, kill substantially more small animals, unnecessarily use fossil fuels etc. …) compared to a technology like a rake or broom.
Kategoriearchiv: CoWorking Basics, Konzeptionelles
Auf dieser Playlist stehen 43 Videos mit in Summe fast 16 Stunden Material zur Verfügung (u.a. mit dem Thema Inkubator und Coworking). Als Einstieg empfehle ich jedoch das Video von Prof. Gerald Hüther – “Discover your potential”. (oder wie man/frau es wiederfindet :-)) oder (was wir von den Lachsen lernen können) Die Geschichte mit der Küchenschabe ist etwas makaber, da müsst ;-) Ihr durch… Der Lohn: Wir können uns gegenseitig begeistern!!!
When I predicted in January, a little more than three months ago, that we would see a “marked increase in “Free Coworking” … offers” this year, I could not imagine how quickly this would happen. Of course we did not just sit back and see what would happen, we actively promoted the idea of “Free Coworking” with various tools and initiatives (see Free Coworking resource page). Now a little more than 100 days later I read that Anthony Marinos wrote in the Coworking Google Group that Loosecubes has for New York (USA) now “approximately 50%” of free spaces in their portfolio. Visiting the site, I can confirm that 36 of 77 offers for New York have a “$0 USD/d” price tag. That is what I call a fast evolution!!!
Already one of the great fruits of the widespread discussion on free coworking is the acknowledgement that paid coworking has lost its bearings in many instances. Alex Hillman on his blog dangerouslyawesome puts it like this: “MANY paid coworking spaces aren’t differentiating themselves from business centers and aren’t keeping in line with the coworking core values. Social capital is often missing from the exchange between the provider and the member.” I fully agree with Alex!!!